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by Epiphora

The critically-ignored debut from Epiphora. A blend of easy-listening electronic instrumentals to relax your mind and add to your Zzz .
Genre: Electronic: Pop Crossover
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1. Get This
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2. Free Speed
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3. Center in Me
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3:08 $0.99
4. Construct
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5. Spawn
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6. Pompeii
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7. Overdrive
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8. Seventh Ember
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9. Pilot
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10. Deep
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Some songs have a fast beat and driving rhythm, while others are soothing, relaxing, and meditative. The most common reaction to Epiphora music is that it sounds not only familiar, but also like it belongs on a soundtrack.


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NealDBluesMan

Center in Me ... This is great stuff
The best production I've heard here so far. I expected a vocal to come in... but by the time it'd hit 47 seconds I no longer cared. The overall feel and emotion of this instrumental does all the talking that's required. Well done whoever you are. Let me add this... DAMN good!

Barbara

Really surprisingly good. . . this music is energetic!
Every track on this CD evokes some sort of intense emotion within the first few moments. I am reminded of what music was like before "videos" hit the scene: songs were personal tours of our own minds and experiences. I love this CD! Pompeii is my own favorite, with a lot of deep rich sound and a tension that makes me feel like there's something big about to happen. I like metal, alternative, grunge, and classical, and thanks to this CD I find I like electronic music just as much. Thanks for the audio imagery.

Mike Walsh - SoundCheck Magazine

Impressive
When I first started to listen to this CD, I thought I had put the wrong disc in the player... it sounded like the soundtrack to a CD game, however, it was the right CD. I love electronic music and this CD fills the bill nicely. For a first effort, it is impressive. I didn’t find a unifying theme to Epiphora’s CD but I don’t think that was his intent. The songs on this CD do have a soundtrack flavor but lack the consistency of a soundtrack album or, say, the feel of Enigma’s CDs. The strongest cuts to my ear are the title track Get This, Center in Me, and Seventh Ember. If you like electronic, you might like this. According to his bio, Dan has been playing bass for different bands around the Boston area since 1995. His music experience comes through on this CD.

Kid Klash

Seventh Ember ... majestic sounding
Nice intro... very majestic sounding. Sounds like you've been composing for film, it that the arrangement is more than the typical bleeps and bloops of less accomplished artists. The mood makes me think of a drama as it unfolds... never quite sure what's around the next corner. Very good mix and production.

Infinity Loop

Seventh Ember ... dark
I'm lovin' the soft synths, great melody to introduce the song. Wicked layout of the melodies, and outstanding combination. Oh man, the rhythm just hits the spot. I think this song could progress to massive proportions. I love the classical sound, makes things so much more elegant.